About National Teams

The country’s best athletes earn the honor to represent Team USA at international competitions as a member of the US Squash National Team. US Squash selects, organizes and funds these teams, oversees team development and training, and provides direct financial support to the best American athletes.

US Squash serves as the only national governing body and membership organization for the sport in the United States, driving squash forward at every level, from grassroots to high performance programs. National Team players embody a core element of US Squash’s mission: “achieving competitive excellence at the highest levels.”

Sabrina Sobhy Upsets Perry to Reach Singapore Semifinals; Amanda Sobhy Ouslasts Gilis in Five

Sabrina Sobhy pulled off her first career win over world No. 8 Sarah-Jane Perry to reach her first PSA Gold semifinal, while Amanda Sobhy overcame a five-game challenge from world No. 14 Nele Gilis in the MARIGOLD Singapore Open Quarterfinals Friday, November 18. In the first quarterfinal of the day, Amanda--the tournament's top seed--saved a match ball in the fifth game to overcome the Belgian in sixty-five minute affair, 7-11, 11-7, 4-11, 11-9, 12-10. “I am...

Sobhy Sisters Advance to Singapore Open Quarterfinals

Team USA's Amanda and Sabrina Sobhy are through to the quarterfinals of the $110,000 MARIGOLD Singapore Open following second round wins, November 15-16, at the OCBC Arena. Amanda, world No. 4, opened up her campaign as the tournament's top seed with a 3-0 win Tuesday over Egypt's world No. 22 Nadine Shahin 11-13, 12-10, 11-7 in twenty-five-minutes. "It was a bit scrappy, I didn’t get the chance to hit on the glass yesterday so it took...

Top Seed Amanda Sobhy Leads Singapore Open Draw; Five Americans Enter PSA Gold Event

World No. 4 Amanda Sobhy will lead the $110,000 MARIGOLD Singapore Squash Open draw as the top seed this week as five Americans enter the nation's first PSA Gold tournament, November 15-20, at the OCBC Arena. The PSA World Tour focus shifts from back-to-back tournaments in New Zealand last week--the inaugural Nation's Cup and New Zealand Open--to southeast Asia, which is set to host a series of four major events over the next month and...

Phil Leis Turns Ninety

From Squash MagazineBy Noel Rubinton Last October, as he approached his ninetieth birthday, Phil Leis knew exactly where he wanted to be that milestone day—on...

Book Review: BIG DATA

From Squash MagazineOne of the benefits of the U.S. Open arriving at Drexel University in 2011 has been a myriad of interactions between the...